Key Stage 2 Sessions
An interactive look at the history of the tram, from horse drawn to electric. The group will be able to participate in role play and some dressing up!
An interactive look at the different jobs done at a Victorian horse tramway. The group is engaged through role play to explore jobs, attitudes to work and the Victorian class structure.
Groups are met by the billeting officer and are then chosen by host families. Through role play and object handling, groups get the opportunity to experience what it was like for evacuees during the Second World War.
The group will explore what sculpture is, what it is used for and the materials used. The group will then explore the site, looking at different sculptures, the materials used to make them and the positives and negatives of these materials.
Groups learn what a habitat is and what lives in it, which will also involve looking at food chains and webs.
Groups learn about Minibeasts by capturing, counting and identifying the Minibeasts that can be found on the Woodland Walk.
£10.50 with lunch or £9 without lunch.
Groups also have the opportunity to spend a day doing activities such as object handling, learning songs and dances from their chosen period and exploring what it was like for children during that period. Please call the Museum for more information.